Desiring Discernment My daughter advised me this past weekend that I needed to keep my mouth quiet about the Vaccine. She said it was too sensitive of an issue to speak publicly about. So, if anything I’ve said or posted has offended anyone please forgive me. I’ve made my stand on the whole Covid and… [Read More]
Advent Joy! I grew up in Sunday School – my grandpa was, what we referred to, as the Sunday School Superintendent. He opened SS and led us all in peppy, fun choruses. One of my favorites was… ♫ I’ve got the joy joy joy joy down in my heart – WHERE? – Down in my… [Read More]
All We Need Is Love ♫ But, is it? What we need is Truth, spoken in LOVE. But love by itself? Can get us in a world of trouble. If my dear grandmother Emily hadn’t spoke truth in love to me thirty-seven years ago I would probably still be slopping around in the pig pen…. [Read More]
The Man In The Middle This past weekend my husband’s cousin came to visit us in Tiny House – we had a marvelous time. One of the things we did, on Saturday, was go downtown Greer. We had a fabulous lunch at Select, and then we did a walk-about. The revitalization project of Downtown Greer… [Read More]
Bearing One Another’s Grief “Sitting shiva” refers to the act of sitting on low stools during times of mourning. As mentioned in the Book of Job, upon mourning, Job’s friends “sat down with him upon the ground seven days and seven nights”. (Wikipedia) I like the idea of this – I refer to it as… [Read More]
Silent No More I sat in his corner office, as I had many times before, and we discussed (of all things) politics. I so didn’t want to go there – but it was there we went. He asked, “So do you allow your religious convictions to influence the way you vote?” My religious convictions influence… [Read More]
Celebrating Love! Our final weekend for the love celebration! Ah! The Song of songs – written as a love letter with Kingdom meaning but this month we are going to look at it from the eyes of the Shulamite girl and her Beloved! Hold your breath and find your beloved. And, dance in the kitchen.
Celebrating Love! Ah! The Song of songs – written as a love letter with Kingdom meaning but this month we are going to look at it from the eyes of the Shulamite girl and her Beloved! Hold your breath and find your beloved. And, dance in the kitchen.